This week was supposed to hold the Metepec Fair in Mexico State, Mexico, where the fair would be the setting of a wrestling show by AAA and Big Lucha That never came to fruition though, as the show and the entire fair that it was to be a part of were abruptly canceled when loud[...]
On November 5, the saga of Narcos: Mexico comes to an end with the release of the third and final season of the latest chapter in Netflix's "Narcos" franchise Set in the 90s when the globalization of the drug business truly ignites, the 10-episode third season is set to examine the war that breaks out[...]
It's been nearly six months since the second season of Chris Brancato, Carlo Bernard, and Doug Miro's Narcos: Mexico premiered on Netflix, and if you've seen it then you know by now that the season finale also does a pretty strong job of also serving as a series finale Now before we go any further,[...]
Mr Ortiz also called him a "not a very smart redneck" (not a direct translation, but has been confirmed again by many Spanish speakers as correct interpretation), so there is no ambiguity about the intent of his crass and homophobic words. OK, let's rewind… I want to say that Mexico and the people we met there have[...]
Earlier today, Bleeding Cool reported on a Facebook Live video from La Mole Comic Con of Mexico that ran last weekend, in which Mark Brooks, among other comic creators, were insulted over their last-minute decision not to travel to Mexico for the show, in the light of the coronavirus pandemic A number of prominent[...]
Comic book artist and cover artist extraordinaire, Mark Brooks, was to attend La Mole Comic Con, the biggest comic con in Mexico, and one of the biggest in the Americas, this past weekend but he decided to pull out But then things went further south Yesterday he posted in a public post to Facebook, A few[...]
Why did you decide on middle-class characters on the run from the Cartel instead of poor migrants? I lived in Mexico for a while in my twenties, with a middle class family in Guadalajara, and I've always wanted to write about my experiences in some way, and in general I like to write about what I[...]
Netflix's Narcos: Mexico has locked in February 13, 2020, for Diego Luna (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) and Scoot McNairy's (True Detective) return for the show's second season Luna returns as Félix Gallardo, the leader of the Guadalajara Cartel and founder of the modern Mexican drug trade McNairy's DEA Agent Walt Breslin is an[...]
Hulu has the streaming rights to the Adult Swim series here in the U.S., while Channel 4 has the rights lock in across the pond, in the U.K. So that means Netflix gets to introduce the following chunks of the world to the down side to peaceful pooping and the smooth flow of snake jazz: India,[...]
Showtime‘s sequel series 'Penny Dreadful: City of Angels' is welcoming Halt and Catch Fire star Kerry Bishé to the series in a lead role.
Showtime‘s 'Penny Dreadful: City of Angels' is set in the '30s, but its latest casting is more "Modern" with award-winning actor Nathan Lane set to star.
Showtime‘s sequel series 'Penny Dreadful: City of Angels' has cast The Purge alumna Jessica Garza and Johnathan Nieves (New Amsterdam) as series regulars.
Unboxing Toy Con is going on right now in Mexico, and Hasbro is there not only with a booth presence, but also doing full panels and reveals Members of the Star Wars and Marvel Legends teams were on hand, and they each had new figures to show off to the crowd. They mentioned a couple weeks[...]
Springboarding off the sucess of series like Castlevania, Netflix is broadening its anime horizons internationally with original anime Seis Manos, Deadline Hollywood reports. Set to launch globally in 2019 from Viz Media LLC and Powerhouse Animation, Seis Manos is the streaming service's first original anime set in Mexico. Powerhouse CEO Brad Graeber and writer Alvaro Rodriguez (Machete, From Dusk Till[...]